- The list below includes 378 free or cheap things to do in or near Irving, Texas, including 97 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Recreation Centers, Bike Paths and Arts Centers.
- From Birds Fort Trail Park to Sam Houston Trail Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Irving and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano and Arlington.
KIDZ BOP "Best Time Ever" Tour Dallas MoreLess Info
Billboard magazine’s #1 Kids’ Artist returns for a live concert featuring family-friendly covers of today’s biggest hits
57% 35 votes
601 E Palace Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75050 MoreLess Info
With a collection of lifelike wax sculptures, Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Odditorium has exhibits featuring major historical figures and celebrities. One exhibit has a mirror maze where visitors have to navigate through a path lined with mirrors.
100% 5 votes
120 W. Main Street, Grand Prairie, TX 75050 MoreLess Info
Open late March through Mid-December, the Grand Prairie Farmers Market presents some of the best finds in local produce, meat and dry goods in the Grand Prairie area. Vendors encourage market goers to sample their fresh products.
83% 158 votes
4601 Highway 360, Fort Worth, TX 76155 MoreLess Info
Named after Cyrus Rowlett Smith, a former president of American Airlines, the American Airlines CR Smith Museum features several airplane related exhibits. The museum also offers a variety of educational opportunities, including a weekly educational program.
Featuring water-based family recreation, South Euless Park provides a swimming pool as well as access to Splash Island, a small water park. The park also has a children's playground, picnic areas and a basketball court.
There is plenty to do at Villages of Bear Creek Park, which features a beautiful and tranquil nature trail, dog park, and athletic fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas. There is also an off-leash area within the dog park.
96% 26 votes
2540 Farmers Branch LN, Farmers Branch, TX 75234 MoreLess Info
An outdoor museum, the Farmers Branch Historical Park has several buildings and attractions sprawled out over 27 acres. Top buildings include the 1856 Gilbert House, the 1870s Farmers Branch Depot, and the 1900s Farmers Branch School.
Whether guests want to enroll in figure skating lessons, catch a hockey game, watch a figure skating performance, see a show on ice, or attend or host an event, the Dr. Pepper StarCenter can accommodate their needs.
A family focused sports complex with multiple locations, Blue Sky Sports Center offers youth soccer and lacrosse leagues and programs. The complex also offers lessons, camps, and clinics, and hosts parties and special events.